Nurses and midwives have a call to duty. Their duty is to take care of the sick and the vulnerable.
They work tirelessly in the day and on night shifts the nurses in their scrubs do not sleep. They attend to patients who are in labor and those who have issues related to feminism.
The nurse in charge Sister Akorfa ensures that quality services are rendered to the patients who attend hospital there.
One thing that caught our attention is that on night shifts they work even more than day shifts. They stand on their toes normally from around seven thirty when they take up from the afternoon. Nurses.
As a matter of fact these midwives deserve an accolade as they have seen the birth of most of the babies of the district.
To all the nurses and midwives everywhere we say congratulations as your efforts are deeply appreciated
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